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    Time for a progress update on the Silver Back girls they are now 6 weeks old. On Thursday morning the dirt in the root pouches was dry so I topped up the dirt so it is the same level in each pouch and then I mixed 3ml per litre of root stimulant and 0.03g per litre of GHS powder grow feed and I made up 2 litres of the feed solution. I then gave the plants 400ml of the feed solution each. This morning (Sunday) the dirt in the root pouches was dry and they all felt nice and light, so I gave the plants 400ml of water each. All of the plants have recovered well after I topped them and they are all busy building new nodes. The smallest plants is 22cm tall and the tallest plant is 28cm tall. Here are some images I took yesterday afternoon. All of the Silver Back girls in the grow tent. Silver Back girls normal light side view. Silver Back girls normal light top view. Silver Back foliage and nodes close up Now that the plants have all recovered after being topped last week and they are now over a month old I have reset the timer to a 12/12 photoperiod and I have put the bloom switch on the LED into the on position so they are now getting full spectrum. The LED will now switch off at 18.30pm instead of 00.30pm from now as they forward. More updates to follow, happy growing...
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    I put the Cloud Walker girls in the conservatory last night so they followed the day like the Passion #1 girls in the shed next to the window and this morning it was warm and sunny so I put them outside at about 09.00am to soak up the rays. Here are a couple of images of the plants I took this afternoon. As I took the photos of the plants I noticed that the dirt in their little plastic pots is dry it looks like they have conquered their pots so I checked and confirmed the fact so tomorrow I will put them into the 12ltr root pouches in some fresh light mix and give them a drink of water and root stimulant. I still need to keep them in veg for another week or 2 yet until they are ready to top then I can give them a few days to recover and then start light deprevation to trick them into flowering, this weekend I will start to light deprive the Passion #1 girls and get them flowering. I will update tomorrow once I have re-potted the Cloud Walker girls in the 12ltr root pouches. Happy growing...
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    Hello hunters, It is DAY 1 for the ☁️🚶Cloud Walker I prepare a light solution of tap water + ehancer and a little bit of hybrid to have 0,6 ec. My tap water is at 0,2 so I add 0,4ec with the ehancer and the hybrid powder. I adjust the ph at 5,8 and let's go for the first watering.
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    Hello hunters, Here are some pictures of 4 pheno of the Cloud Walker at the begining of week 8. From now they will just received water until the end to have a nice clean tasty smooth smoke
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    Salve compagni 🖐️ Aggiornamento della domenica anche questa settimana ho provveduto a fare ombra durante le ore pomeridiane con troppo sole, Cloudwalker inizia ad allungare un po' e anche il ritmo di crescita sembra buono, sto continuando la fertirrigazione con greenhouse powder feeding grow in tutte le irrigazioni (3 volte a settimana). Lascio qualche foto, alla prossima 🖐️💪
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    Hi Hunters, The Cloud Walker is now in the week 1 day 2 of the flowering period. The plants show some beautiful female pre flower. It is a estimation because they are on 12h ON / 12H OFF light schedule from the beginning. The biggest CW plant have 54cm and the smaller one have 33cm. Let see how they will grow in the first weeks of flowering. Here are the picture of the pre flower Have a nice week end all
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    Some pistils macro pictures of the pollination on the SourD Bx2.. You can see on the pictures below the difference between the pistils without pollen with clean stigmas and pistils after pollenation with the SourD Bx1 pollen. The stigmas are the small emergences on the pistil and they collect the pollen before they go down to the bract and the calyx to fecondate the ovule. On this image you can clearly see all the small stigmas on the white pistil And now just after the pollination, you can see all the stigmas with the pollen they received The stigmas of 1 pistil covered with Sourd Bx2 pollen Have a nice day hunters
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    Hello Hunters, Today i will share with you the way i use to keep the polen safe until may next pollination on my selected pheno of Leonidos, Lemonchello, Napoleon Haze. Preserved seeds and pollen is more easy that preserved clone or mother plant so I would really like to get better at this kind of preservation. After a good drying, i put the pollen in a small paper envelope with the name and the harvest date. The envelope are now with riz in a glass jar with riz, to reduce humidity. The glass jar are in the fridge to keep the temperature low and to keep the pollen in a dark place. Have a nice day hunters
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    Hello Hunters, Here are some news macro pictures of the Leonidos#3. Leonidos#3 is Napoleon Haze #3 (GH Super Silver Haze X Soma Amnesia Haze) X Dosidos ? (herma) This pheno smell like a citrusy-fruity punch The dosidos give in this cross more punch in the smell, a beautiful structure and more resin coverage Because of limited place i need to cut-harvested this pheno 1 week earlier. I thinck that the good point and you can clearly see that with the macro shot and the trichomme visual is 1 week later so a full 8,5week of flowering. Have a nice and beautiful day hunters!
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    Hello Everyone, Is this time again when some beauty little seeds go into a glass of pure temperate rain water.... ☁️🚶Cloud Walker Punta Roja x (Mendo Breath x Purple Punch) Grow under a Gavita HPS 600w in some Plagron Coco with GH Feeding Hybrids - PK Booster - Calcium - Ehancer as nutrients. Let's gooooo....
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    Pictures from yesterday first 2 are Silverback next 2 are Cloudwalker
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    Hi, I'm growing the silverback guerilla style, I should've started this a long time ago but after I hurt my feet at work I've been under the influence of strong painkillers because I could barely walk. I thought the plants would die during the heat however I haven't been watering once so I assume the roots have grown so deep that the plants are absorbing water from the swamp or marsh. The plants are growing guerilla style near a spot where I grew last year and last time I was there the plants were big and bushy, roughly around 2.5 meter tall. So far the plants are doing fine so let's see how they'll be doing towards harvest. In the picture the silverback plants are on the right side however they are growing with a lot of other plants so they might be hard to spot but I know which are which, the plants are growing on the edge of a swamp or marsh (not sure which is correct to describe it), the plants are growing among reeds on a mound which is way above the waterline and I also added metric ton of my soilmix to make the mound higher.
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    Hi, I throw a couple of pics, RSO oil and herb after drying and light curring. I consider silverback journal closed.
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    Lol because they grow to become the size of a gorilla no joke I have 4 plants in total one cloud Walker and one sunset sherbert, I could barely see them in there the two silver back took over the whole tent no joke, only got a q of cloud walker and a oz of sunset, cloud walker did not turn out good either it was living in the shadow of the silver backs, that said the yield of the silver back is going to be massive literally taking them down now and I ended up only using 2x400 watt at we had really hot weather hitting 36-38 outside, but I reckon I’ve still got the same sort of yield that I would get using 4x400 watt. But we shall see. I will give a second trim when it’s dry
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    Yesterday morning at 06.30am when I unlocked the shed and switched on the fluorescent tubes the weather was cool but the sky was blue with very few clouds, so I left the Cloud Walker girls inside the shed. By 9am it had warmed up and the sun was shining into the back yard so I moved the plants outside to soak up some rays. The Passion #1 bud had been drying on the stalk for a week and it was dry, so I cut the bud off the stalk there was 16.8g of bud and 5.2g of the trim which was not bad for two little plants and its a nice smoke. Then I rolled a spliff and then went for a walk to get a bit of fresh air, when I got back from my walk I had something to eat and a brew and a spliff, and at about 1.30pm I decide it was time to cut and harvest the Cloud Walker girls. I got a cardboard box and took it outside and removed all of the fan leaves from both plants, which I drop on the floor as I strip them off the plants then I remove the stalks from the fan leaves and put them into the cardboard box to dry. I did this in the back yard then I stripped down the shorter plant first and placed the stalks onto a bin liner which I then used to carry the stalks inside to the attic where I then trimmed the bud on the stalk and hung the stalks off the string lines. Here are some images I took during the process. Both Cloud Walker girls with all their fan leaves stripped off. Smaller Cloud Walker plant main stalk all stalks and bud stripped off. Smaller Cloud Walker plant stalks and bud. Trimming the bud from the smaller Cloud Walker Buds hanging on stalks from smaller Cloud Walker Trim from smaller Cloud Walker. Taller Cloud Walker plant main stalk all stalks and bud stripped off. Taller Cloud Walker plant stalks and bud. Trimming the bud from the taller Cloud Walker Buds hanging on stalks from taller Cloud Walker Trim from taller Cloud Walker. After stripping off all of the fan leaves I found 3 more buds with bud rot which I quickly removed by placing a plastic bag over the bud and then cutting it off holding the bud using the bag, I then placed the bag in the shed until I throw it away. I have the extractor fan and carbon filter sat on a chair directly below the bud hanging on the string lines so minimise the smell in the room while they dry out over the next few days. Although I have lost 4 buds to bud rot, the plants were healthy right up to harvest and the bud was ripe and ready to harvest, so I am well pleased with this grow and the end results. I will update again with a smoke report as soon as the bud is dry next week. Happy growing...
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    Time for an update on the Cloud Walker girls at the end of week seven and start of week 8 of flowering. On Monday morning at 06.30am when I unlocked the shed and switched on the fluorescent tubes the weather was crap it was dull wet and cloudy so I left the Cloud Walker girls inside the shed. The weather was crap all day so the plants stayed inside the shed. At 18.30pm I moved the plants into the shed and locked up for the night. On Tuesday morning at 06.30am when I unlocked the shed and switched on the fluorescent tubes the weather was crap it was dull wet and cloudy so I left the Cloud Walker girls inside the shed. At around 2.30pm the cloud thinned out and the sun was shining so I moved the plants outside into the back yard. At about 4pm it started to rain so I moved the plants back inside the shed. At 18.30pm I moved the plants into the shed and locked up for the night. On Wednesday morning at 06.30am when I unlocked the shed and switched on the fluorescent tubes the weather was OK the sky was blue and it was quite warm so I moved the Cloud Walker girls outside into the back yard. At around 1.30pm it started to rain so I moved the plants back inside the shed under the fluorescent tubes where they stayed for the rest of the day. At 18.30pm I moved the plants into the shed and locked up for the night. On Thursday morning at 06.30am when I unlocked the shed and switched on the fluorescent tubes the weather was dull and cloudy so I left the Cloud Walker girls inside the shed. At about 08.00am the cloud thinned out and it was warmer so I moved the plants outside into the back yard. The weather stayed dry so the plants spent all day outside. At about 3pm I went out into the back yard to check on the plants and a gust of wind had knocked over one of the Cloud Walker girls, so I quickly lifted her upright, I had noticed that the dirt in their root pouches was dry and both of the Cloud Walker girls felt nice and dry so I gave them both 2 litres of water each. I also noticed a little green caterpillar on one of the Passion #1 plants, which I promptly squished between my fingers, then I mixed up 1 litre of Trounce and sprayed all of the plants in case there were any more of the little twats lurking about. Then at 18.30pm I moved the plants back into the shed and locked up for the night. On Friday morning at 06.30am when I unlocked the shed and switched on the fluorescent tubes the weather was crap it was dull wet and cloudy so I left the Cloud Walker girls inside the shed. At around 3pm the weather dried up so I moved the plants outside into the back yard. The weather stayed dry so I left the plants outside until 18.30pm then I moved them into the shed and locked up for the night. On Saturday morning at 06.30am when I unlocked the shed and switched on the fluorescent tubes the weather was crap it was cool dull and cloudy so I left the Cloud Walker girls inside the shed. By 09.00am the cloud had thinned out and it was warmer so I moved the plants outside into the back yard. At about 4.30pm I took some photos of the plants and it was trying to rain so once I had taken the photos I moved the plants back into the shed so they would not get wet when it does start raining, which it did about half an hour later. At 18.30pm I switched off the fluorescent tubes and then locked up the shed for the night. On Sunday morning at 06.30am when I unlocked the shed and switched on the fluorescent tubes the weather was crap it was cool dull and cloudy so I left the Cloud Walker girls inside the shed. The weather forecast was for light rain showers it stayed dull and cloudy and at 10.30am there was a light shower so I was glad I had left the plants inside the shed. Last night (Saturday) as I was looking at the images of the Cloud Walker girls I noticed some bud rot on one plant on a single bud, so I decided that it would be best to remove the offending bud and then harvest the Passion #1 girls. Now the Passion #1 girls are harvested I can focus on the Cloud Walker girls and getting them finished. This morning (Monday) at 06.30am when I unlocked the shed and switched on the fluorescent tubes it was a bit cloudy and there was plenty of blue sky but it was a bit cool so I left the Cloud Walker girls in the shed. The forecast for today is good so the plants can stay outside all day until 18.30pm when I lock up for the night. Here are some images I took on Saturday afternoon. Cloud Walker girls side view. Cloud Walker girls side view. Taller Cloud Walker side view. Taller Cloud Walker bud Smaller Cloud Walker side view. Smaller Cloud Walker bud Bud with sign of bud rot, note the withered leaf in the foreground. Stalk a couple of hours after cutting off affected bud. When I was looking at the images of the site on the stalk where I cut off the bud I thought it looked a bit dodgy, but after checking it this morning it is just brown from exposure to the air as you would expect after cutting a stalk, I was a bit worried it might not have cut off enough, but I am pretty sure I caught it before it had chance to do any damage. I can see that the buds are now starting to close up now, they were due a feed next time the dirt in their root pouches dries out, but now the weather is becoming more unsettled the forecast for tomorrow is for strong wind and light rain showers. So I will play it safe and just give them water just in case anything goes wrong and I have to harvest the plants. More updates to follow, happy growing...
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    Salve compagni 🖐️, mi scuso ancora per la scarsa frequenza di aggiornamenti ma il lavoro purtroppo mi impedisce di rientrare a casa, comunque oggi porto qualche aggiornamento 👍 cloudwalker è cresciuto veramente tanto dall ultima visita, i suoi tratti sativa sono molto evidenti ha internodi veramente lunghi e sembra voglia arrivare al cielo 🤣, ha una crescita molto scomposta e selvaggia dopo la cimatura dell apice principale ma non ho potuto sistemarla in questo periodo quindi la lascerò crescere in modo disordinato, il suo odore inizia ad essere veramente pungente e intenso ma nessuna presenza di pre fioritura, credo che per qualche settimana rimanga in fase vegetativa, lascio qualche foto 👍 alla prossima 👋💪
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    Hello hunters, Sorry for the delay but iam overbooked with my work these week. Here are a beautiful specimen of the Cloud Walker at week 7. I start to watering only with water tomorrow until the end to have a nice clean smooth end product. Have a nice day all
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    Hi hunters, Because retarded with the virus, finally I can enjoy the price for my win last year. I create this topic to share with all of you this little trip. I was arrived today at the GH office and what a hot welcom all the crew give me! They show me the office and... I was be able to see the seeds vault with all the old and new genetics the germination table, the seeds packaging area. The nutrients packaging and the nutrients and merchandising storage. And for finish ... the @jan.gh busy working place :-) After the office visite, i was taken to the apartment where I will stay for the 4 days. Following the next episode with the first GH coffeshop I will visited...
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    Thanks guys, The first GH coffeeshop was the Green House central and the first weed smoke was a really nice Hawaiian Haze. Nice sativa with a little lemony touch. Perfect for the afternoon. The second was an classic one, The Super Lemon Haze. The lemon terps are crazy hazy fresh lemony. After i test the Karel Haze from Super Sativa Seeds Club. After the GH shop i was go to the Plug coffeeshop because i want to taste the Tha Melon strain (melon x biker kush) Tomorrow I will smoke the G-unit and Karel Haze. To finish my first day in Dam, I went to the Indian restaurant. What a wonderful tasty experience!
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    Little welcome present from the gh crew
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    Hi today finish 2 week flowering
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    Leonidos macro pictures week 7
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    Hello hunters, Here are some news of the Cloud Walker at day 20 of the 3 weeks of flowering. I watering each plant with 500ml of GH feeding nutrients solution each days. PH 6.0 and EC 1,7 The tallest on make 170cm and the smallest on make 1,2m. that's a real sativa stretch! The pheno 8 have now a wonderful bud formation with already a nice trichome coverage and a beautiful fresh floral smell. They make 150cm and they stop growing to put all his energy to the bud formation. It is the fastest flowering genotype. Pheno #8 Have a nice day all and see you for the next update hunters!
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    Salve compagni 🖐️aggiornamento della domenica : le temperature iniziano ad essere veramente troppo calde +39° e il sole veramente violento, tanto da portare qualche rallentamento da stress al soggetto di cloudwalker ☁ (anche un altro soggetto di SVK f1 ha avuto gli stessi sintomi) ,questa settimana ho provveduto a fare ombra durante le ore con troppo sole è questo è stato un beneficio ora sembra iniziare ad ingrare bene ma noto qualche segno di tripidi sulle foglie quindi a breve darò un pò di olio di neem perché purtroppo non conosco nessuno metodo casalingo per questi bastardi😠 temo anche per il mio basilico. Comunque ora sembra andare bene inizia ad allungarsi finalmente 👍🌴🌴🌴. Lascio qualche foto 📸. all'prossimo aggiornamento 👍💪.
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    Hello hunters, Here a re some news of the Cloud Walker. They begining almost the flowering period and they are loving the nutrient regime from GH powder feeding (mineral line) until now. Nutrient solution : 1,7 of EC and 5,8 of PH I watering them every day with 250ml of nutrient solution.
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    The weather has been dull and cloudy with lots of showers most of the day so the Cloud Walker girls have spent most of the day inside the shed under the fluorescent tubes. I noticed that the fan leaves on one of the Cloud Walker plants has ten leaflets there is an extra little leaf laying on top of the middle leaf but with the fan leaf on the other side the extra leaflet is pointing in the opposite direction towards the main stalk. More updates to follow, happy growing...
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    Salve compagni 🖐️, porto qualche aggiornamento. Il kong krush non è riuscito a partire ieri l'ho trovato come sciolto e marcio come lo toccato si è praticamente sciolto, pazienza, continuerò solo con cloudwalker per questo test che fortunatamente procede bene lascio qualche foto di cloudwalker con intruso di sweet valley kush 😉 😂👋 alla prossima 👍
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    Here is some picture of My curent projekt with the Chemdog that have Been crossed with the Strawberry Couch. Not the Best pictures Though.
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    Hello hunters, The Cloud Walker seeds are now in a glass full of pure rain water at ambiant temperature, something around 20°c. I will let the seeds in the water for 12-24h, after that i will put all the seeds is some paper between two plate until they crack the shell. but thats is already the next update.... Have a nice and beautiful day hunters!
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    Hello Hunters, We are just at the beginning of the week 8 of flowering... The temperature of the room are at 25° (light on) & 18° (light off) & the humidity are at 45% (light on) - 70% (light off). The watering now is at 1,6ec and 6,5 PH with 21c° water temp. Next week, i will begining the flush with the first step : watering with water and budcandy from remo nutrients for 1 week and then plain water until harvest HP#2 HP#1 See you for the next uptdate Hunters, peace!
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    I have been growing a Sumatran strain for over 30 years. A reliable Indonesian friend sourced the seeds for me ex Aceh early 80's. I have managed to get it back to a managable size and with very quick bud development. Typically 2m and late Feb/Early March in southern mediterranean climate. Once the flowers start, they build very very quickly indeed. Left alone it attains a very pretty xmas tree shape with fewer head leaves. Great for the manicure. Leaves are nicely serrated, deep green with red/purple leaf stems. On the bush the flowers have a nice heady sweet floral fragrance. Currently in the process of crossing with some renowned US and Euro imported strains to boost potency and create faster finishing improved potency pheno. As a guerilla outdoor enthusiest, by design its a long slow process. Current appalling legal status also makes it a difficult hobby. I travelled extensively thru Indonesia in late 70's and the product varied from goddam awful to extraordinary. Way befor my enthusiest days, so the genetic opportunities passed me by. I like to think I'm making up for my lack of vision now. Be good to hear from a few other antippodean (or other) gardeners. Peace.
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    Thank you José and Green house for this amazing oppotunity. I Will start germinating the seeds laiter today. The grow room is 20m2 with 2x600w HPS. Grow media is soil in 14l pots and I Will be using Remo Nutrients full series. Veg time Will be 4-6 weeks, because I am finishing a project with a cross between a Chemdog cut from back in 2008 (Franco gave me 10 seeds back then, and this one was chousen as the Mother) and a male Strawberry Couch from back in around 2000. I Will poste a picture of it laiter. Its in week 4 in flower and needs atleast 4-5 more weeks to finish. The LID (light intensity of the Day) Will be controlled according to the LID charge made by Fluence Bioenginering. The HVAC Will be Controlled on All 3 parameters to asure the optimal VP Through out the entire grow. The aim is to have a constant Day and night temperature with 29-35 celsius on Day and 22-24 on night, only in the last 2 weeks of flower Will the night temperature be dropped to around 10-15 c and ice Will be added to the top layer of the soil All to provoake the natural colors that autum bringes. Once again thanks for this amazing oppotunity. It sure is an Honor. Bless...
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    Sweet valley kush ®️ 4°settimana di fioritura, concimazione con greenhouse feeding flowering +greenhouse booster P, K. Questa settimana ho fatto l' ultimo trattamento contro i tripidi che per ora sembrano spariti rimangono solo i segni 😔. Al prossimo aggiornamento 👋
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    Cloudwalker ® 3° settimana di fioritura, concimazione con greenhouse feeding flowering +greenhouse booster P, K.
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    Hi all I'm already after sconce, The weight after beheading is 1298 gr. It is currently drying up for the second day. Beautiful flowers bardo a lot of resin smell reminiscent of fruit ice cream. But we'll see after drying and curring. Best regards.
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    Hi growers. Today we changed the nutrient solution using the same mix as last time we changed, 5g/10l of hybrid, and 1g/10l of boost. Whilst doing so i had the chance to get a nice picture for you root lovers. That is it for today, take care out there. jane.
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    Hi, yesterday ended the 6th week of flowering, thriomy are already half milky, I will give her 72 hours of stress and harvest. It looks really good, a lot of resin. Best regards
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    High guys, here is a little update from the bush....for 3 days there was a storm with about 90km max speed. When it was not that windy, we had like 60km per hour. Besides it rained heavily. I was sitting home and send prayers to the great mother that she would protect the little babies I put so much love and effort in. Going there today in the morning I was very happy to see that nothing is broke and the plants seem to do as well as they can with the actual situation. I hope you enjoy the pictures......greetz and good luck to all of your projects...stay healthy one of the plants will finish definetly later than the rest. Thought that all the time. But it is a pheno which will yield good. My absolute favourite, the one that was in the tent just on the right side, which grows like a very big bush yields well too. If I could have finished this grow indoors, the yield would undoubtetly great. I love the smell, and somehow it is ok that there is different phenos, because having just 1 genetic, there is more of difference then. For everyone who is interested in this strain to grow indoors I would recomend to get yourself a mother and then work with clones. Then I guess with good setup and temp etc, you would break the 1g per watt. Having to move the plants outdoors of course makes it difficult to write a review, but what I can see is, that there is one pheno indica dominant which yields great, another which has more sativa to it, which would yield great and then the other/s which would not produce that much bud, but still good average. Besides, I had to bring them to spots where there is not bright sunlight all the time. Some spots are better than others, so I must be so fair to mention that. Still though I love the smell......skunky, fruity. So difficult to hide;)
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    Hello growers. A little update to show some progress. The only change we have made is now that the flowers start to form the feeding has changed, instead of the short flowering powder we have used the hybrid powder still at 6g/10l also we have added 2g/10l of boost we started this at 6ph, lets see how this ph swings now. Side view Height Width Top view Failed root picture. All for now. jane.
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    Hi today finish 5 week flowering
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    HuntaBLunt proudly presents his new growing tent from the brand.....Pacha Mama......it really didnt cost anything, besides stress and work;) Ladies still have 4 weeks or 5 to go.....smell so awesome......I hope noone will find them, or leave them in peace if so....Sorry some of the fotos are not converted into a better format, I am pretty busy at the moment.......Will take more time next time....But outdoors where I am it is better to rush at daytime
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    Salve compagni nuovo aggiornamento, Cloudwalker cresce bene, molto diramata e inizia a evidenziare i suoi tratti sativa con internodi lunghi sul fusto centrale e diramazioni e belle foglie strette e lunghe 👍 dopo la cimatura anche le due cime iniziano ad allungare 💪lascio qualche foto 😉 alla prossima 👋
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    Salve compagni oggi porto qualche aggiornamento, mi scuso per il ritardo ma è un periodo di molto lavoro e sono ormai 2 settimane fuori casa, ma ieri sono riuscito a tornare a casa per un controllo, con mia grande sorpresa ho trovato il soggetto di Cloudwalker ☁ in splendida forma anche se ho interrotto la fertilizzazione con Gh grow, già da quasi due settimane bevono solo acqua. Inizia per il cloudwalker un Bell allungamento degli internodi con una bella ramificazione, ho provveduto con una cimatura apicale, spero settimana prossima di portarvi altri aggiornamenti più dettagli, lascio qualche foto 👍 alla prossima e buona domenica 🎉
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    Hello Hunters, The Cloud Walker is now around day 12 of the second flowering week. Around because some plants are already more around week 3 and other still around week 1... Thats because i start directly under 12-12 flowering cycle. The strech on these strain is real big, the big grow come certainly from the punta Roja genepole. Some of the 2 tallest plants show already some beautiful small buds. The rest of the bunch start the flowering phase more slower. The biggest CW plant have 102cm and the smaller one have 66cm. Let see if they stop the grow and put all the energy to the flower.... Feeding with the GH feeding mineral : EC 1,7 - PH 5,8 Here are the pictures of the CW group The more fastest genotype to flower The slowest genotype to flower Have a nice and beautifull week all !
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    So here we go. Soaking the beans 😋. I Will transplant Them in to 14L pots once they have 2 sets of fan leafes and let Them grow for 3-4 weeks on 18/6 and then follow the LID charge made by Fluence Bioenginering until they are on 12/12. I Will try to keep the humiddity very high Through out the entire growth and let the VP be controlled by the humiddity rather then the temperature. This requrie temperatures in the range of 29-35 degreese celsius, a lot of ventilation to push the air around so it dont condensate on the leafes, a humidifier to get the humiddity to 80-86%, and perhaps some Regulator+ from Aptus to help the plantes from getting stressedwith the high temperatures. In week 4 i Will drop the humiddity to around 70-80 and maby put more ventilations in the room once the buds begin to harden up.
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    Hello Hunters, The first seeds harvest of the SourD Bx2 crossing project are now harvested. The first branch full of seeds between Napoleon Haze #3 and the SourD Bx2 i selected are now harvested. Branch of Napoleon Haze #3 full of seeds Napoleon Haze #3 x SourD Bx2 The next step is to test them and if this cross is good enough, select a keeper female and/or a keeper male.
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    Here are the special male box i make before the harvest of the SourD bx2 male pollen. With this boxe the male can stay in the same room with the female plant without pollination problem. I will take the pollen in a few days to keep for future breeding project like : SourD bx2 F2 Napoleon Haze 3 x SourD bx2 male Napoleon Haze 4 x SourD bx2 male Leonidos x SourD bx2 male Lemonchello x SourD bx2 male

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Strain Hunters is a series of documentaries aimed at informing the general public about the quest for the preservation of the cannabis plant in the form of particularly vulnerable landraces originating in the poorest areas of the planet.

Cannabis, one of the most ancient plants known to man, used in every civilisation all over the world for medicinal and recreational purposes, is facing a very real threat of extinction. One day these plants could be helpful in developing better medications for the sick and the suffering. We feel it is our duty to preserve as many cannabis landraces in our genetic database, and by breeding them into other well-studied medicinal strains for the sole purpose of scientific research.

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